Yung Pacino Releases new heater “Don’t Play” @pacino323


– The Los Angeles Native and Hall Of Fame Records artist Yung Pacino releases a gritty and eerie new single titled “Don’t Play.” Pacino makes his immaculate rap talent known with intricate bars that decorate a low brash beat with utmost perfection.

Living a natural life of hustle, the LA emcee wanted a single that captures the pure essence of grinding to make money come in. To accompany Pacino’s vision is a visual that showcases several scenic effects.

Meant to capture the nostalgia of his historic city, the video takes Pacino through multiple parts of LA with him rapping outside the car and driving inside the vehicle. One particular scene that invokes pure emotion is when various people ask Pacino for money, and the rapper is fortunate enough to prove it.

Besides being incredibly gifted at music due to his genes from his uncle, legendary Jazz musician Jerry Roll Morton, Yung Pacino has a genuine soul of gold. He wants to continue to navigate through the industry to create a platform capable of giving back to Los Angeles.

Early in his young career, Yung Pacino has already shared the stage with prominent artists such as Nas, Damian Marley, YG, Omarion, and Teairra Mari’. All the work and advice have positioned him into potentially becoming a future industry icon.

One day, he will be a worldwide name. Until then, “Don’t Play” with Yung Pacino and stream his music on your favorite music platform.


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